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THE COLUMBIAN AJND DEMOCRAT, BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. '
FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1881.
Correct Rnllrond Time Table,
Trains on tlio I'liltadolplita & 11 l leave Kupcrt
on follows I
6:38 a. m.
4:00 p. m.
11:04 a. m.
l:13 p. m.
Trains on tlio 1). L. & V. II. It. loavo Illoomsburg
as ioi lows i
7:05 a. m. 8:9) a. m.
11:17 a. m. 11:5.1 a. m.
6:30 p. m. 4:30 p. m.
Tho 8:83 a. m. train connects at Northumberland
'vltn mo : train on i-cunsyiTnnia roaa, reaching
Philadelphia at 3:15 p. m.
TJO 11:53 train connects with Philadelphia and
1 loading road at
phla at 0:0O p. m.
Tho 11:M train connects with Pennsylvania road
at NortruniDenana ni i:bo, rcacnini 1'n
at 7:29 p. m.
Tho 4:38 n. m. train connects with Pennsylvania
road at Northumberland at 8.03 p. in., and roaches
l'liuaucipnin at a:uo a. m.
Trains on tho N. & W. 11. Hallway pass Uloom
rerry aa louows i
11:97 a. m. 13:01 p. m.
aso p. in. 4:li p. in.
Ilcmocrntlc County Coitvciitlon.
Tlio Dcmocrntlo voters of tho sovcrnl
districts of Columbia county will meet nt
tlio usual places of holding tho general
election on Saturday, August Olh, 1884,
between tho hours of thrco nnd seven
o'clock in tho afternoon, and elect Dele
gates by ballot to represent tho districts In
tho County Convention, to be held In tho
Opera House, Bloomsburg, on Tuesday,
August 12th, nt 11 o'clock a. m., to place
In nomination ono candidate for Congress,
two candidates for Assembly, ono candi
date for Prothonotary nnd Clerk of tho
Courts, ono candldato for Register nnd
Recorder, ono candidate for County Trctis-
urer, two candidates for Commissioners,
two candidates for Auditors, and to tran
sact such other business as tho Interest of
tho Democratic party may require. Also
at tho samo tlmo nnd places, and In tho
same rnunncr, tho Democratic electors In
each district will elect ono person to serve
ns n member of tho County Staudlng Com
mittee, which will meet immediately after
tho adjournment of tho convention.
By order of tho Standing Committee,
G. A. Clark,
Apportionment of Delegates nccordlngto
tho Democratic voto cast for Governor,
November 7, 1882.
One Dclcgato for every G7 votes , allow,
nnco mado for tho lariicst fraction of a
1011 3 Delegates.
212 2 "
Mrs. William Glnglcs of Jcrscytown,
committed sulcldo Inst week Thursday by
hanging herself lit the barn. She had been
suffering from mental nberrntlou for some
Thu nomination of Blnlno nnd Logan has
not been ratified by the lllooinsburg Re
publicans, nnd not a single Hag bearing the
names of tho candidates has been hung
out, In tho built up portions of the town-
This Is a fair eamplo of tho "great enthu
siasm" that pervades that parly.
Dr. Low has n new machine on his farm
for loading liny. Tho hay Is raked up In
rows, and as tho wagon Is driven along tho
liny is thrown up as fast as two men can
stow it nway. After nwhllo farmers won't
have anything to do but sit on tho fence
and watch tho machinery do all the
An Ice crcntn festival will bo hold 0.
Krcamcr's Grovo near tho M. E. Church,
Jcrscytown, Pa., on Saturday, August 2d,
1881, commencing at 1 o'clock p. m,, nnd
continuing during tho afternoon nnd even
ing. All tho delicacies of tho season will
bo furnished. Proceeds to be used In pay
ment of nu organ lately purchased of J.
On Tuesday evening about 8 o'clock a
bright light appeared In tho sky, and It
soon became apparent that thero was a fire
somewhere. At first It was thought to bo
tho Red Mill, but It proved to bo a straw
tack on tlio lvcy farm. The craln had
been threshed during the day in tho field,
A separator belonging to Clark l'urscl was
consumed with thrco wagons. How tho
fire started Is a mystery.
G. M. Quick having withdrawn as a can-
dldato for Prothonotnry, the fight has been
narrowed down to William Krickbaum and
William If. Snyder. Tho contest will bo
decided nt tlio polls on Saturday, August
Oth, and ono or the other will be nomlna,
ted on tho first ballot In the convention.
This sltuntlon demands that there should
bo a full vote.
Berwick, E. total
Thero will bo no scrvlco nt tho Episcopal
church on Sunday evening, ns tho rector
will ofilclnto nt Catawlssa.
A gamo of base ball will bo played on
tho Fair grounds on Sntuulay afternoon,
between tho Berwick and Bloom clubs, at
Tho Republican talks about keeping down
tlio Dcmocrntlo majority In this county to
two thousnnd. Tho Democrats propose to
mako It larger than ever before.
Dr. W. H. House has moved ills dental
rooms from over the Ranking Company of
flco to tho new Coi.umiiun building, front
room on second floor. tt
4139 70 Total 70
Scaled proposals for tlio timber, mill
work, hardware and carpenter work on tho
M. E. Church at Rupert, received until
Filday, August 1st, inclusive. Wo re.
servo the right to reject any or all bids.
Specifications nnd detailed drawings may
be seen at the ofllec of
Hkniiy S. Reay,
Chairman of Building Committee,
C. A. Prentiss has moved to Mt. Carmcl
where ho proposes to open a hardware
store, and In connection keep a general
repairing department. Mr. Prentiss has
hnd considerable experience ns a machi
nist, and should certainly meet with sue
cess In this new field. This U tho third
business stand that lias lately been cstab
llshed at Mt. Carmcl by young men of
Bloomsburg. It certainly speaks well tor
A genulno surprise was extended to Mr.
Samuel Hagcnbuch of Orangeville, on Fri
day of last week. Ho thought strange of a
summons to go to Bloomsburg In the
morning, but obeyed, nnd on his return
homo could not understand the programme.
Mrs. II. nnd the children had prepared for
the occasion in tho past, and on being
ushered into the presence of the assembled
group he accepted the situation. Among tho
number wo noticed Freas Fowler and wife,
Isaiah Bower and wife of Berwick, E. B.
Hagcnbuch nnd wife of Llghtstrect, Mrs.
William Hagcnbuch of Bloomsburg, Wil
liam Hagcnbuch and wife of Philadelphia,
George Erieg, James Hageubuch, G. M.
Hngcnbuch. It was an enjoyable affair, as
all can attest who partook of tho feast pre
pared for them. Mr. H. received a num.
bcr of handsomo presents, among which
was a large rocking chair and a pair of
gold spectacles from his children.
Thero will bo Democratic polo raising
ot Light Street on Saturday afternoon,
July 271h. It will bo rnlsed on tho oppo.
silo corner from that on which the Repub
lican polo now stands, nnd will extend to
Mr. Frcdcrlcl'8 building. .Mr. Frcdcrlcl
will bo prepared to furnish anything need
ful to tho Inner man in tho way of refresh
ments, cigars, Ac. lw
Mr. B. Clifton Creasy, nnd Miss May
Wells, daughter of E. C. Wells of the Nor
mal School, wcro married on Wednesday
morning nt half past ten o'clock. Tho
ceremony took place In tho family parlor at
tho school In tho presence of about 75
guests, nnd was performed by Rev. L.
Zahncr. Thero wcro many handsome
gifts. Mr. end Mrs. Creasy went on n trip
to Rochester, Nlncaru Falls, and other
Thero aro four candidates for Register
and Recorder, but the ono who stands
prominently before the pcoplo of tho coun
ty In tho race Is Uzal II. But. Uzal Is tho
son, or ono of them, of Peter Ent. His
father for many years held a leading posi
tion In tho affairs of this county. Ho re
presented it in tho Legislature In tho years
of 1850 nnd 1857. Lieutenant Ent first
entered llfo as deputy Register and Rccor,
der In 1801. Previous to tho war ho was a
member of tho Hurloy Artillerists, a com
pany which offered its services, which
were not received, in October, 1801, be,
causa the quota was full. Lieut. Ent sub
scqucntly entered tho United States scrvlco
as a private, but was speedily promoted to
a flrst lieutenancy. Ho was afterwards
discharged on account of physical disabi
lity, but when the raid of 1803 was mado
ho rallied a company of eighty-four men
and marched to Harrlsburg to defend our
Commonwealth. Mr. Ent was elected
Shcrlft in 1870 and served his full term. Ho
Is tho only surviving member of tho Ent
family, live of whom were In the service
and one of whom was breveted Major Gen
cral. J. F. Caldwell.
July 25-1 w
Mrs. Shipley and the Misses Shipley
started last Monday morning for Newport.
W. R. Tubbs was confined to his room
last week by Illness.
Miss Mary Marplo Is visiting relatives
Mrs. Qeorgo Fenstcmachcr nnd son of
Philadelphia, visited friends in this place
during the past week.
Charles Unangst, Esq., of New Yoik
city, visited his parents and friends during
tho past week.
Mrs. F. II. Jenkins of Eaton, N. V., Is
visiting her brother, J. K. Blttenbcnder,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kline of William
sport, were tho guests of D. F. Weiss du-
ling the past week.
Mrs. J, II. Harman has been quite ill at
her sister's at Bridgeport, Pa., where she
Hon. J. B. gtorm of Stroudsburg, came
here last Saturday on an invitation from
the Democrats, to speak at tho ratification
meeting. Ho remained until Monday.
John O. Ruttcr Jr., who has been In this
olllco for several years, has completed Ills
apprenticeship, and severed his connection
here. Ho is a faithful and competent
workman, and If ho should hereafter engage
In the printing business wo havo no doubt
of his success. He left here on Wednesday
for Frceland, Luzcrno county, wltcro ho
will go into the drutr business with his
brother, Dr. E. W. Rutter. Wo wish him
abundant prosperity In his new field.
II. B. Clark has purchased an American
Star bicycle. It has tho small wheel in
front, and is handsomely finished.
There will be n festival In tho grove near
Zlons Church on Saturday afternoon and
evening, August 2.
Mr. II. W. Vandersllco's now brick resi
dence on Fifth street is progressing rnpid.
ly. It will make n nice home.
A party of fifteen, Including tho family
of Governor Pattlson, Is sotournlng at
William Cole's In Sugarloaf.
Tho Grccnbackcrs of Columbia county
havo called a convention to meet in
Bloomsburg on Saturday, August 2nd, at 2
o'clock, p. m.
Harry Laycoek of Rupert caught a black
bass that weighed 01 pounds, nnd mcasur-
ed 2U inches. This is the largest bass that
has been caught yet.
Wo publish this week among our list of
candidates tho name of Daniel Knorr of
Locust township, as it candldato for rep
resentative from tho South side of tho
The Lutheran Missionary Festival held
In Hess' Grove at Rupert on Wednesday
tho 23d Inst, was a grand success. Thero
were representatives from the Lutheran
churches of Wllliamsport, Milton, Danville,
Catawlssa, Bloomsburg, Espy, and other
places. 1000 pcoplo came from Danville
alone. From Milton there wero eight car
loads. Many came from Espy by boat,
Over 5000 people wcro on the grounds,
Tho following named pastors from various
places wcro present D. M. Hcnkel D. D,,
J. H. Neiman, U. Myers, J. R. Graff, M. L.
Shindel. J. W. Early. I. P. Hughes, W. II.
Rlckcrt, J. A. Adams. A. P. Pfluegor, h.
A. Sharretts, J. P. German, J. V. Bodlne,
J. E.F . Hasslnger, J. M. Anspach, Prof.
J. W. Richard, Conrad Huber, and Henry
S. Boner, Superintendent of tho Lutheran
Publication House. Philadelphia, In tho
forenoon addresses wcro mado by Rev. J,
M, Anspach, of Easton, and Prof J. W,
Richard, Secretary of board of church ex
tension. In tho afternoon Courad Huber
of Nebraska, S. P. Hughes, of Williams-
port, and J. H. Neiman of Catawlssa wero
the speakers. Music was furnished by tho
Danville band and choirs from Catawlssa
llxcurHlon to "Wntltln Glcti nutl
In response to tho many solicitations of
tho public, tho Pennsylvania Railroad Co,
aro arranging to run an excursion to Wat
kins Glen and Niagara Falls about August
19th. The rates will bo low and the ac,
commodatlons the best. Reduced rates
havo been secured nt the hotels at Watklns
and Niagara Falls and reduced rates of
admission to all places of Interest.
Full particulars will be announced m a
Quite an exciting gamo of baso ball took
place at the Fair grounds last Thursday,
between Heilman & Co's nine of Williams
port, nnd tho Bloom nine, resulting in a
victory in favor of tho latter by a score of
20 to 10. The Bloom boys appeared for
the first time in their new uniforms of gray
cloth and black stockings. A Williams-
port paper states that their catcher played
the game with a dislocated linger. His
thumb was knocked out of joint on the Oth
tnnlnc, when tho came stood 13 to 0 in fa
vor of Bloom. Tho Wllliamsport boys
were serenaded by the band in the evening,
and left here on Friday morning. They
nro a gentlemanly set of young men, nnd
made many friends here.
We publish clsewhero a card from Wil
liam Krickbaum to tho editor of tho Kewi
Item, and as wo are always In favor of fair
play, we are constrained to say that the
position taken by Mr. Krickbaum is the cor
rect one. Ho ought not to bo expected to an
swer tho inquiries of a person who has not
the courage to mako his name public. Tho
people have a right to know when a can.
Our young friend, Thomas Groody, met
with n sad accident on Monday, while
practicing with ft rifle. Ho carelessly
rested tho muzflo of tho gun on his foot,
when it exploded, shattering his foot In a
Tho wntcr main bursled on Tuesday
evening opposite Mr. Mlchnel's furniture
storo, nnd sprinkled tho street In that vi
cinity In a very brief period.
A very valuable horso, tho property of
Mr. Keller, died on Wednesday, from
Hon. Wm. Bryson ha9 erected a very
cosy office a few doors nbovo the Episcopal
Saturday last being pny-itay, brought
tho usual largo crowds on our streets, du
ring tho evening.
Tho slato pickers employed nt Big Mine
Run colliery Instituted a strike on Mon-
day, on account of their wages being cut
down twenty-flvo couts a week. Thoy held
a consultation a fow hundred yards from
tho colliery, and nil ngrccd to stand out un
til the reduction was given them. As the
boys cam but thrco or four dollars per
week, which they work hard for, tncy are
right In not accepting tho reduction.
Jas. Brcnnan has been making frequent
visits to tha Btato Hospital of lato. As
James has no business to transact with the
doctors, wo nro curious to know what tho
attraction Is. Somo say it's tho matron,
but wo don't believe a word of it, do you
Jamcs.Grant of town, who had been vis-
ltlug In St. Clair last week, brought n
"friend" homo with him to spend n few
days. On Monday morning his visitor
slctit longer than usual, and when they
went to nwako him he could not bo found
in tho house. During tho night ho had de
camped, taking with him two watches,
silk dresses, a coat nnd over one hundred
dollars in money. No trace of tho thief
has thus far been found.
Extensive improvements arc in progress
at tho Continental colliery. Tho breaker
Is undergoing a general overhauling, and
a new nest of hollers havo been placed In
position, tlio amount In use not being enpa-
blc of supplying steam for tho numerous
engines. They are also preparing to put
in a narrow gaugo road on tho slope.
Tho water company nro laying pipe on
tho street lending to tho hill, southeast of
town, and the people residing there are
A number of our young folks took In tlio
Sons of Veterans' picnic nt Ashland on
Tho New York excursion of Monday,
was represented by four of our towns
Tho farmers havo improved tho oppor
tunity nnd garnered, during the past week
or two of dry weather,' Iho heaviest crop several questions to me, over tho signature
A Ciird from Mr. Krlcktinuni.
EoiToli jWi htm i
In your Issuu of July 10th, you submit
for many years.
Tho matrimonial tree doesn't blossom
much. I suproso tho buds froze during
tho cold snap recently.
The candidates nro busy, plenty nnd car
nest, and every Democrat is going to vote
for reform. But who will bo nominated
Cleveland ami Hendricks nro all right up
here. Everything Is lovely, and the goose
hangs high. Morr Akon.
Farmers are finishing their harvesting
and hay making which has been unusual
ly good judging by tho number of shocks.
Harry Malzo of Bloomsburg spent n few
days with O. W. Illdlay.
Boino of tho young folks went to tho fish
Ing party on Saturday.
Somo of tho Light Street boys thought
tho Bloomsburg B. B. C. ought to have
brought cradles along for tho minora of
their club. They changed their opinion
before quitting. The result wns 17 to 23 in
favor of Bloomsburg.
F. P. Hagcnbuch, challenges the town
ship in raising cnlycs, ho has ono which
drew tho scales to 103 lbs. nt birth.
Tho democrats say they' will havo tho
next President or quit voting.
Ellsha Hngcnbuch has tho boss colt of
Tho readers of tho Coi.umhiak will please
excuse Ilnwkcyc's vacation ns alio has been
visiting tho Hot Springs In Arkansas, and
could not furnish tho news from here.
of a nameless correspondent, who demands
an answer under onlh.
I deny tho right of an nnonymous scrlb
lcr to put Any questions to mn, nnd assert
my tight to refuse nn answer to them.
But, If your correspondent will, over his
own proper namo, assert that what ho im
plies therein Is tho truth, and glvo nlso the
names of those to whom ho alludes, he
shall have a full, complete and satisfactory
answer. If he refuses his name, nnd the
names of tho persons he implicates, then I
pronounce him a tneak nnd a coward.
lllooinsburg, Pa., July 22, 1884.
dldate for ofllco Is using Improper means
to secure his election, but it Is not right ! Van of trespassers and aro tho most luso-
The harvest is cut and housed. Some of
tlio farmers have been threshing, and re
port a good yield of excellent grain.
Miss Emma Glrton has returned home
from a visit at Bloomsburg,
The pleasant countenance of Mr. Chas.
M. Smith, operator for tho Tide Wntcr Oil
Company, was seen in our midst last
A number of tho boys weut to Exchange,
Montour county, to attend a festival, last
Saturday evening. They say thoy had a
Mr. T. Dostcr and Miss Aggie Johnston
of Danville, were in town last Friday.
Mr. McNinck smiles it's a boy. Won.
der if it will be a Cleveland , there's a
young Blaino round about here some
where. The candidates arc around looking after
votes. This week Messrs. W. II. Snyder,
M. F. Eycrly and G. M. Lockard.
It has becomo necessary for the farmers
to notify persons to refrain from trespass-
Thero arc parties out ovcry day Sunday
often not excepted throwing down fences
destrovinc crops and pilfering fruit. This
trespassing Is not cnnflued to the poor or
lower class of people, but many who would
bo considered examples of refinement and
Christian uprightness, aro foremost in the
Wm. Appleraanlmd twelve pounds of
butter stolen one afternoon of last week.
Tho theft was discovered shortly after It
was committed and the thief pursued and
overtaken, but not lynched.
Charles AV. Eves of Mlllvllle, has con
traded to build the Valley school houso
for $024. His being the lowest bid. A
number of others wero given in ranging
between these figures and 1082.
N' M. Ilartman of Nantlcokc, presented
his brother, Wash, a handsome watch and
chain. G. W. is very proud of it, as ho
has never owned a watch since ho was a
Miss Myerly of Danville, Miss Hutchin
son of Kock Glen, Frank Wilson of Shcn
andoah, John Harlman Jr., and Miss
George of Nanticokc, Mlntie Summers of
Pottsgrove, Mrs. Mourcy of Dutch Valley,
Mr. Stetler of Frosty Valley, Chas. Hassert
and wife, Miss Emma Appleman,Mlss Mag.
gle Allen, Miss Barklcy, and Frank Purscl,
of Bloomsburg, were with friends of this
place on Sunday Inst.
Mr. Boyer passed through town on Mon-
day last, bound for Muncy, with a Key.
stone Tread power, manufactured at the
Bloom Agricultural Iron Works.
The people of Wcdgctown and vicinity,
will hold a family picnic in tho grovo near
the double-tracked bridge on Saturday
A dangerous walk of life A Buckhorn
We kindly ask our citizens to consider
and act upon tho following preamblo :
We, tho people of Buckhorn, in order to
provent sudden shocks to our spinal col
umns, avoid disastrous results to our toes,
provide for the common-defenso of our
heels, insure domestic tranquility, promote
tho general welfare of mankind, and secure
the approval and commendation of visitors,
do agree to relay, lengthen, and widen
tho sido walks of the vlllugo of Buckhorn.
Tho Sunday Schools of Hemlock Dlst-
rict will hold their next convention in tho
M, E. Church at Buckhorn on Saturday,
Rev, G, V. Savage of Benton, caught a
trout last week that measured 10 inches,
nnd weighed 2 pounds, and it wns not
loaded with shot either.
that he should be compelled to answer an
unknown writer who seeks to convict by
innuendo. There has been a good deal of
talk about this whiskey business, and wo
have all along condemned the practice, if
tlio reports wcro true. Now let tho matter
bo tested onco for all. If any person
knows that William Krickbaum, or nny
other candidate, has given money to sc
cura political influence, or has sent demi
johns or bottles or barrels of whiskey or
beer or any other Intoxicating beverages
into any township or townships, or has
mado arrangements to carry the primary
elections with money, whiskey and beer,
or has dono or caused or permitted to he
dono on his behalf, nuy act or thing con-
trary to tho election laws, tho person or
persons having such knowledge should
come boldly forwnrd, nnd show that ho
himself Is a good citizen by publishing tho
fncts. Let us havo tho names of tho per
sons who received tho money or whiskey,
let us know who sent It, and by whoso
order it wns sent, nnd all about it. This
would placo tho accused on tho defensive,
nnd ho would bo obliged cither to deny tho
charges or stand convicted by his silence.
Thero should bo nn open, manly, straight
forward, boncBt and courageous proof of
tho allegations, and if theso are truo thero
can bo no difficulty In obtaining such
Mr, Krickbaum says In his
Is ready to answer tho
card that ho
charges that aro
Mr. Buckalcw said at tho ratification
meeting last Saturday night, (hut ho had
great hopes ot Democratic success this fall,
Tho prospect is better than in 1870, when
Tilden was elected, nud no electoral coin,
mission will ever steal tho Presidency
100,000 celery plnuts, 25,000 transplanted,
at W. H. Tetter's, 4th St., near Market.
It was caught In lna(lo nj,ftIlst him, when ho knows sped.
flclnlly what ho has to answer, anil tlio
name of tho party who makes them.
accuser should dlvulco himself und
stantlato his charges, or confess that ho
canuot prove what ho says, and that his
Innuendoes nro intended for campaign pur
poses. Wo stand squarely by what wo
sold In our issuo of tho 11th Inst,, but it Is
not just nor right thatanyouo should bo
convicted on suspicion, nor by tho luslnuu
lions of anonymous letter writers.
lent when approached. It is an outrage,
and tho farmers will not tolerato It, There
Is scarcely a farmer in tho community who
is not tormented yearly by theso trespass
ers, who think that tho farmer has no
rights which should be respected. Far
mers, havo your lands properly guarded by
fulfilling tho requirements of tho law, then
should any trespass bring them before Es
quire Wclllver tho nuisance would Boon bo
abated. Having recently heard a number
of farmers complaining about trespassers,
I say this much on tho subject.
Tho funeral of Sirs, Wm. Glnglcs which
took placo last Saturday, was largely at
tended. After very brief services nt tho
houses conducted by Rev. Mr, Marr of
Lowisburg, they proceeded to tho Dorry
cemetery tiio place of interment. Mrs.
Glnglcs had been quite poorly for some
time, yet the announcement of her sudden
demise was n surprise nnd a shock to tho
community. In early life sho was a teach
er, kind nnd friendly, discharging her
school duties faithfully and successfully
making friends In whatever community
sho labored. Sho was a lady possessing
many amiable qualities, was respected and
beloved by all who knew her. Many and
sorrowing wcro tho friends who assembled
to show tho last becoming mark of affec
tion aud respect to tho departed i to follow
to tho last resting placo her whom nil had
respected and loved
Nigh unto Jcrscytown on tho road load
ing from thenco to Bloomsburg there was
erected last week n llttlo spindling, sickly,
looking plno polo. About half way from
tho ground to tho fow green plumes wav
ing at tho top, is attached a wco Hag
Uoutlug the stars and stripes In tho balmy
breeze. On tho Hag, In letters pretty and
blue, nro tho names of Blaino nud Logan
Wcro tho names put lu blue becauso
Blaino nnd Logan's chances of election ap
pear so bluo ? L. Y,
Mrs. L. S. Jackson and her daughters left
Monday morning for Montrose, whero they
will spend tho week.
Mls3 Anna Furman left last week to visit
friends of Malnvllle.
Rev. Williamson of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
with his family, aro visiting relatives in
C. B. Jackson, Esq., visited Wllkesbarro
Mrs. F. R. Jackson vlsltod friends In
Danvlllo last week.
Tho young men of Berwick organized a
Blaino and Logan club last Saturday even
ing, nnd after settling somo disputes, (with
outsiders,) proceeded to elect the following
olllccrs i President, J. U. Kurtz i Secre-
tary, B. D. Freas j Treasurer, S. W. Dick
son : VIco Presidents, H. O. Lnubach, F.
II, Eaton, D. O. Thomas, F. R. Kitchen,
O. W. Dickson, T. W. Sherwood, H. R.
Reedy, R. S. Bowman, G. W. Pooler, 8. T.
Dlmmlck, O. M. Parker. Committee to
draft constitution, S. T. Dlmmlck, O. W.
Dickson and W. E. Smith.
.Mr. J. U. Kurtz Is tha man In tho right
placo us President and tlio club deserves
prniso for its good selection. A meeting
will be held to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock
in tho rolling mill ofllec.
Henry Fenstemaker Is turning out very
nico castings from his new toundry, tho
first heat being run last week.
A gamo of baso ball between the commer
cial men nnd P. O 8. of A, comes off to-
morrow at 2 o'clock sharp.
The same band of gypsies that wero hero
several weeks ago have returned und are
now encamped opposite tills place, whero
numbers visit to havo their future revealed
in tlio way of fortune telling.
Rob't. Ncal of Bloomsburg was seen hero
A gamo between tho Bloomsburg nluo
and tho Crickets of this placo will bo play
ed Saturday afternoon on tho grounds of
Tho Crickets wero beat by a score of 10
to 11 by tho Hazleton club Suturduy utter,
noon. Now till Unit Berwick needs for a
good team Is to havo nluo professional
players with a change battery nnd then ro
turn tho visits thoy owe.
Tho wheat crop is very good in this sec
tlon of country.
John Miller's new house Is nearly ready
for tho plasterers.
Sherman Eves intends seeking his for
tnnc in the far West soon. Wo wish lilra
The surprlso at J. G. Glrton's last Tiles
day evening was a complete success.
About 09 persons assembled thero to cele
brate tho forty-first blrthdny of Mrs. Glr
ton. The evening passed away very pleas
antly. Games of various kinds wero held
in ono room, dancing in another and in n
third room ice cream was served up during
the whole evening.
Miss Mnttlo Glrton nnd Miss Roso
Stadon are visiting friends at Wllliamsport
and Milton this week.
Mrs. Llzzio Lemons, who has been con
fined to tho houso for several weoks with a
broken nrm, is convulesccnt.
Miss May Manning Is visiting her par
cnts. She has been living with her uncle
in Delaware county for nearly two years.
All are cordially Invited to attend the
Harvest Homo to be held in Mather's
grove, Suturday, July 20, All aro expect
ed to bring their baskets well fflled.
Mr. Mllroy Ikelcr, formerly a resident of
eastern Greenwood, and for tho past year
has been employed In one of the largo
grist mills at Mlllvillc, has been spending
n few weeks with his parents. The far
mers arc anxious for him to return, as he
Is tho boss hand to make chop.
Mrs. Elmlra Mather, who lias been sick
for some time, is rapidly improving.
Rescue or Uic Greely Party.
SKVKN OF TUB TWKNTY.FIVK AltOTIO EXl'LO
11BM FOUND ALIVE.
After long and terrible suffering the
Greely explorers have been rescued by
Commander Schley, sent out by tho gov
ernment for that purpose. Tho following
telegram from Lieutenant Greely to Gen
eral Hazcn, gives some idea of the exper
ience of the exploring party :
St. Johns, N. F. July 17.
Chief Signal Officer, Washington :
Bralnard, Bierdcnbick, Conneli, Freder
icks, Long' myself, solo survivors, arrived
to-day, having been rescued at point of
death from starvation by relief ships Thetis
and Bear, Juno 22, at Camp Cloy, North
west of Cape Sabine. AH now in good
health, but weak. Sergeant Ellison res
cued, died July 8, Cross died last January;
Christiansen, Linn, Rice, Lockwood, Jew
ell, Edwards in April ; Ellis, Ralston,
Whisler, Israel, in May j Klslingbury, Nn
lor, Henry, Bender, Pnvy, Gardiner, Sch
neider, In June.
Abandoned Fort Conger, August 0. Fro
zen In pack oil Victoria Head, AugU3t 80.
Abandoned steam launch, September 11,
eleven miles northeast of Cocked Hat Is
land. When on point of landing, wcro
three times driven by Southwest storms
Into Kane's Sea. Finally landed, Septem
ber 29, in Balrd Inlet. Learning by scout
ing parties of Proteus disaster, and that no
provisions had been left for us from Cape
Isabella to Sabine, moved nnd established
Winter quarters at Camp Clay, half way
between Sablno nnd Cocked Hat. Inven
tory showed that by dally ration, four and
oncthlrd ounces meat, seven bread and
dog biscuits, four ounces miscellaneous,
party would havo ten days' full rations
left for crossing South Sound to Littleton
Island, March 1.
Unfortunatejy Smith Sound remained
open tho entire Winter, rendering cross
ing Impossible. Gamo failed, despite dally
hunting from early February.
MDIIlKlll I.tl.MllElil 1 FOtl BALK CHEAP.
Hemlock boards, plank 2 by 4, jolco,
bill stuff, 10, 12, 14, 10, 18 and 20 feet long
worked lumber, flooring, German and bev
I siding, surfaco boards nnd siding, sawed
shingles No 1, 2 nnd 3, chestnut, hemlock
and pine, shingle and celling lath.
I havo mado arrangements with a couplo
of stram saw mills If thero Is any thing
that I havu'nt got I can get It at short no
tlce nt Light Street by
New goods at .1. B, Bkeer'a.
IintltiK before Bleeping.
IIKOOM MENDED AB A POSITIVE CUltK FOIt SLEEP
LESSNESS nr a physician.
"Go.homo and cat a good supper, that's
ail tho mcdlclno you want," and tho medi
cal gentleman to whom a reporter had
gone for a nervine, n sedative or n sleeping
potion opened the door to show him out.
"Hut, doctor, It's 11 o'clock at night,"
"Well, what of It? Oh, I see. Tho
popular prejudice against eating at night.
Let mo tell you, my young friend, that un
less your stomach Is out of order, it is
more bcnctlt to you to cat beforo going to
bed than it is harmful. Food of a simple
kind induces sleep. At what hour did you
"Humph;! Just what I thought Six
o'clock. Fourteen hours between dinner
nnd your breakfast. Enough to keep nny
man nwakc. By that tlmo tho fuel ncccs.
sary to send the blood coursing through
your system Is burned out. Animals sleep
instinctively after meals. Human beings
becomo drowsy after eating. Why ? Sim
ply becmiso tho juices needed in digestion
arc supplied by the blood being solicited to
ward the stomach. Thus the brain re
ceives less blood than during the hours of
fasting, nnd, becoming paler, the powers
grow dormant. Invalids and thoso in del
lcato health should always cat beforo going
to bed. The sinking sensation in sleep
lessness Is a call for food. Wakefulness
is oftentimes merely n symptom of hunger.
Gratify tho dcslro and sleep ensues. The
feeble will be stronger it they cat on going
to bed. Some persons aro exhausted
merely by tho process of making their
toilet in tho morning, A cup of warm
milk and toast on retiring, or a cup of
beef tea on awakening, will correct It,"
"But is it uot essential that tho stomach
should rest ?"
"Undoubtedly. Yet when hungry we
should cat. Docs tho infant's stomach
rest as long as the adult's ? Man cats less
often only because his food requires inoro
time for digestion. Invalids and children
at night may take slowly warm milk, beef
tea or oat meal. The vleorous adult can
cat bread and milk, cold beef, chicken,
raw oysters or somo other such food. Of
course, it must be dono In moderation
You start home now and take a cup of lea
and a beef sandwich on tho way, aud I'll
risk your sleeping. Good night." N. Y.
Mail and Eipras.
ScitANTON, Mnrch 10, 1882.
Tlilrly.flvo years ago I was seized with
Acilto Rheumatism. Slnco that tlmo I
havo never been freo from It until I gave
Phclphs' Rheumatic Elixir n thorough trial.
It cured me, and I freely endorse It as a
positive euro for chronic rheumatism.
Matron to Rt. Rev. Bishop O'Hara of St.
Vincent's Cathedral, Scranton, Pa., for
tho past twelvo years.
For sale nt Hcndcrshott's Pharmacy
WANT OF FAITH.
If fl. A. Klp.lm. tho Drucalst. docs not
succeed It Is not for tho want of faith. Hn
has such faith in Dr. Hosanko's uougu run
Lung syrup as n remedy for Coughs, Colds,
Consumption, and Lung Affections, that ho
gives n boWc free to caili and every ono who
Is in need of a mcdlclno of this kind.
And liver complaint, you have a printed
f;unrantco on every bottlo of HhlWii's vital
icr. Sold by Moycr Bros.
"DON'T 11U11HT, UESTLKMEN,"
Said a man on his way to bo hanged,
"there'll bo no fun till I get there." wo
say to tho dyspeptic, nervous nnd debili
tated, don't hurry thouahtlcssly tor somo
remedy of doubtful merit, uncertain of ro
lief, when you can get at tho druggists for
on6 dollar Burdock Blood Bitters almost
sure to cure and certain to benefit.
See a woman m another cotumn, near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
Which Spcer's Port Grapo Wluo is made,
that Is so highly esteemed by tho medical
profession, for tho uso of invalids, weakly
persons nnd tho need.
Sold by C. A. Klelin, Bloomsburg.
cnoui', wiiooma couait
nnd Bronchitis Immediately relieved by
Shlloh's Cure. For sale by Moyer Bros,
AS WHEN SHE WAS YOUNO.
"I havo used Parker's Hair Balsam and
ltko It better than nny similar preparation
I know of," writes Mrs. Elian Perry, wife
of Rev. P. Perry, of Coldbrook Springs,
M.ii "Aft, liulr dg nlmnat nntlrolv itrnv. I C1AITHK AND EFFEOT.
but a dollar bottle of the Balsam has rcstor- At times symptoms of indigestion nra
cd tho softness, nnd the brown color it had present, uneasiness of tho stomach, &c, u
when I wns young not a Binglo grny hair molsturo like perspiration, producing Itch-
l.,ft ai,,n r Imirni, nnnlvlnir llin lfnlanm Inf nt llllt. nr when 0110 is Warm. CftllSO
iailinc out, nnd 1 1 ino rues, iiiu eueci is iiiuiiiuiniu
mv hair has stopped falling out, nnd I
find that it is a perfectly harmless and
THAT HACKING COtKJIt
can bo so uulcklv cured bv Shlloh's Cure.
Wo guaraHtco It. For salo by Moycr
HTFitled out for tho season. Dresses,
cloaks, coats, stockings and all garments
can bo colored successfully with the Dia
mond Dyes. Fashionable colors. Only
10c. nt druggists. Wells, Richardson &
Co., Burlington Vt.
THE LATEST NEW8
is that nil who have used Law's Bluing find
it far excels indigo at a much less expense.
It is used for bluing and bleaching, also
for coloring rag carpets it Is unequaled.
Each package' retails for 15 cents, and
makes ono quart of bluing strong enough
for Ink, which Hows from a pen equal to
tho best writing fluid. It Is guaranteed to
glvo satisfaction or money rciunuea. hot
salo in Bloomsburg by Henry Klclm, D. A.
Creasy, C. C. Marr, S. A. Wilson, I. W.
Hartman & Bon, G. M. & J. K. Lockard,
nd by dealers generally.
WHY WILL YOU
Cough whon Shlloh's Cure will glvo you
immedlato'rellcf. PriCo 10 cents, 50 cents
nnd SI. Sold by Moycr Bros.
Will always meet with success, and that
Spcer's Port Grape Wino is nn artlclo of
true merit is a long csiaunsueu iaci. u
has been endorsed bv tho leadinir ulivsl-
clans of Now York, Philadelphia, Boston,
Chicago, San Francisco, and all tho large
cities ol tuc um worm, u is prouueeu ni
his model vineyards, Passaic, N. J. It is
for salo by nil druggists and grocers
throughout tho united States. For sale by
TIIE1R NAMK IS LEGION.
Lcclons of people havo had their lives
made miserable by Piles. This painful
difllculty is often induced and always ag
gravated by constipation. Kidney-Wort is
tno great remcuy ior an auections ni mis
kind. It acts as a gentle cathartic, pro
motes a healthy action ot the bowels, and
soothes and heals tho inflamed surfaces. It
has cured hundreds of cases whero all
other remedies and applications havo failed.
som by all uruggists.
upon tho application of Dr. Basanko's Pile
llcmcdy, which costs you nut ou ccnis nun
Is Bold by O. A. Klclm. July 13-eow
A NE8I'ArEll EUITOII.
O. M. Holcomb, of Bloomvillc, Ohio,
rises to explain i "Had Hint terrible die.
case catarrh, for twenty years ; couldn't
tasto or smell, and hearing wns falling.
Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil cured me. Theso
aro facts voluntarily given against a former
prejudice of patent medicine."
TUB REV. GEORGE II. THAYER,
of Bourbon, Intl., says : "Both myself and
wlfo owe our lives to Shlloh's Consumption
Cure." Sold by Moycr Bros.
mado mtserablo by that terrible cough.
Shlloh's Cure Is tho remedy for you. For
sale by Moycr Bros.
Before sun returned only 500 pounds of
meat obtained. This year minuto shrimps,
seaweed, sassafras, rock lichens and seal
skin were resorted to for food, with results
ns Bhown by number of survivors. Last
regular food issued May 14. Only 150
pounds of meat left by Garllngton com
pelled mo to send In November four men
to obtain 144 pounds English meat at Isa
bella, During trip Ellison froze solid, both
hands aud feet, and lost them all, surviv
ing, however, through ono tcrriblo winter
nnd spring until July 8. Survivors owe
their lives to indomltublo energy of cap
tain Schley and Lieutenant Emory, who
preceded by three, aud accompanied by
live, whalers, forced their vessels from
Upernavik through Mclvillo Bay into North
Water at Cape York with tho foremost
whaler. Thoy gained a yard whenever
possible, nud always held It.
Smith sound was crossed aud partly res
cued during ono of thu most violent gales
have ever known. Boats handled only nt
Imminent risk ot swamping. Four of us
then unable to walk, and could not havo
survived exceeding twenty-tour hours.
Every caro and attention given us. Saved
und bring back copies meteorological,
tidal, astronomical, magnetic, pendulum
nnd other observations also pendulum,
Yalo and standard thermometers. Forty.
eight photographic negatives, collection of
blanks and photographic proofs. Eskimo
relics nud other things necessarily aban
doned. Thetis remaluB hero Ave days
(Signed) GmiKLBY, Commanding,
Lieut. Greeley sailed from St. Johns,
July7lh, 1881, lu tlio stcumer ProtcuB.
Several relief expeditions wcro made for
his rescue, tho second ono starting out lu
Juno 1883, Their vessel was crushed by
tho Ico and ttey wcro obliged to retreat,
Tho Inst Jund successful expedition left
Now York In May, 1884.
Tho flrst gun of the Presidential cam
palgn of 1884 was fired last Saturday
night, when tho Democracy met to ratify
the nominations of Cleveland and Hen
drlcks. Excellent music was furnished by
the band, and the Opera House was well
filled. The adjoining townships were rep
resented by many prominent Democrats,
Tho meeting wns called to order by G. A,
Clark, chairman of tho county committee,
who nominated Hon. C. It. JJuckalcw as
chairman. On taking the chair Mr. Buck,
alew said that ho was prevented from nd
dressing tho meeting by reason of hoarse,
ncss, but promised to give his views at
somo futuro tlmo. Ho then Introduced
Hon. J. B. Storm, the represcntatlvo in
Congress from this district, who spoke for
more than an hour. He dKcussed the is
sues between the two parties, and pointed
out tho many weak spots In the record of
James G. Blaine. Ho said that nny party
that has been in power for twenty years
necessarily becomes corrupt, and then
proceeded to demonstrate tho corruption
of the Republican party by referring to the
dishonesty of many of its officials. Tho
extravagant uso of public funds began
with the administration of Grant, who sur
rounded himself with men like Bahcock,
and Belknap, aud the Star Route thieves.
From that tlmo the ofllco holders have
looked upon official position, not as a pub
lic trust, but as a personal perquisite, and
men who received only small salaries
amassed colossal fortunes by means which
they dare not make public. Ho called up
on tho Democrats to rally to tho standard
of their candidates, and promised that if a
Democratic administration gets hold ot
the books in tho several departments,
they will unearth frauds that will mako the
American pcoplo stand aghast.
Mr. Storm's speech was well received,
and he was frequently interrupted by ap-
Col. Freeze then spoke for about fifteen
minutes in his usual happy manner, and
was followed by C. G, Barkley, Esq., who
entertained the audience for about tho
samo lengtli of tlmo with somo good hits.
Three rousing cheers were given for the
ticket and tho meeting adjourned, every
body being satisfied with tho success of
tho first demonstration. An aggrcsslvo
campaign will soou begin, and tho pcoplo
of Columbia county will havo abundant
opportunities to hear the Issues of the day
Lanesboko, Susq. Co., Pa., Oct. 1 1883.
Mr. Phelns Dear sir : 1 havo been try
ing your Rheumatic Elixir and And It tho
very best thins I ever camo across. Prof.
J. N. Gardner, of your city, recommended
it to me.
E. Z. MARSH.
For salo at Hcndcrshott's Pharmacy
The Phelps Rheumatic Elixir which has
accomplished bo many excellent results
here, is rapidly gaining its well deserved
Eopuiarity in outer pans oi ino country,
uftcrcrs from rheumatism soon And out
whether mediclno labeled a "remedy" or
'cure" is or is not wnat it purports to be,
Wheat per bushel $ 00
Ryo ' " 70
Corn " " 05
Oats " " 40
Flour ber .barrel 0 00
Clovcrsccd 8 00
Potatoes new 76
Dried Apples 00
Sides and shoulders 10
Lard per pound 13
Hay per ton 13 00
Buckwheat flour per hundred 3 00
Hides per lb o 10 i
Veal skins per lb 08
Sheep pelts, each 75
Wool per lb 30
FEED- Western winter bran, Bpot, Q1.37X.
MACKEREL. Extra mess 35c. largo t's, 88 30c.
extra shore l's :& 26c.
VLOUH. Western extra's 3.00 3.M : renn'a.
family, 4.83 4.50 Ohio clear, -1.75 5.30; winter
yuu:ui o.du (m era.
WAKAT I'ennsylvanla red, new, 1.01 old, 1.13
COHN, Mixed lots, 58 W.
OAT& No. 3 will to 3D No. S, 39. U
HAY AND BTHAW Tlmotliy-Cliolcs Western
and New York, 117. fair to good Western and
New York-, IS. 15.; medium Western and New
Yorlc, 10. c4 12. ; Cue hay as to quality 14. (4 17.00.
ltyo straw old, 19.00 Wheat straw, t. 10. oat
straw 9 to.
BEEDS-Clover IU Vi per lb ; Timothy 1.50
j.uj iier uusiicl
WOOL. Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia,
Fleece Washed, XX and above, SJ 3lc ; X so w
3Jo ; common 22 810. Texas, Spring clip One iio a
22, medium so 24 coarbe, 16 w 17.
EGQ& i'ennsylvanla extra, 18 18 u western
17 u a 1H.
liUTTEll. Pennsylvania extra, 20 i
extra 20 w 21.
and they are rapidly marshaling under tho isVotV imTloo rbpring 'ehicke'nsas
readers are concerned wo need only say
that wo unconditionally adhere to nil wo
have testified In favor of the Elixir.
E. H. HAUCH,
Editor Carbon County Democrat,
Mauch Chunk, Pa.
For salo nt llcudersliott's Pharmacy,
"Rough on Rats" clears out Rats, Mice.
"Rouch on Corns,'
Thin uconle. "Wells' Health Renewcr"
restores health and vigor, cures dyspepsia,
"Rough on Toothache."
Ladles who would retain
vivacity don't fail to try '
'Buchu-palba," greatkldney and urinary
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice,
cleared out by "Uoucli on Rats." loc.
"Rough on Coughs," troches, 15c; liquid,
For children, slow In development, puny
and delicate, use "Wells' Health Renewcr."
"Rough on Dentist" tooth powder. Try
Nervous weakness, dvsncnslu. sexual
debility cured by "Wells' Health Renewcr."
"The apparel oft proclalm's the man."
A well dressed gentleman is the admlrn-
tlon ox all, and tlio place to get your
SPRING SUIT Is at tho POPULAR AND
RELIABLE STORE cf David Lowcnbcrg,
0009 1.9 spring chickens,
8883 1-8 old hens,
7777 1-7 pigeons,
G000 1-0 ducks,
6555 1-5 geese,
4444 good calves,
8333) largo shouts,
2222 lbs. pitted cherries,
1111 lbs, dried raspberries.
All tho above wanted at Light Street, by
juiyvo-om DIUAJ3 luurtu.
A neat present given away with every
purchase mado at tho Popular Clothing
lore oi uaviu i.owenocrg.
Warm w eather again, but Phillips' Ico
Cream will cool you.
"When found make a note of."
Tho place to go for your spring clothing.
a stylish hat, or a tine neck scarf, or tho
latest stylo In furnishing goods is at David
Ico Cream, Ico Cream, by tho quart at
runups- jjoinesuo iiaKory.
a very largo lino oi straw nats uow on
view, rsuiUJY, kat and NEW, Just ar.
riven ui uuviu Jjoweuuerg s.
At Phillips' Domostlo
get Ico cream of all flavors,
I at thu usual pluce.
uaucry you can
Gentlemen who want a spring suit put
up in CITY STYLE should call at tho
POPULAR MERCHANT TAILOR ot
lllooinsburg, David Lowenbom who cm
ploys only EXPERIENCED WORKMEN,
for corns, bunions,
3 and dimlltv 1.v,!18.
DHESSKI) l'oULTHY. Chickens extra 17
Vtys ; spring chickens as to weight and quality
18 (4 19.
l'OTA J.OES. Per bushel 75 90 ; per barrel 1.75
ONIONS. Maryland per barrel 8.00 a 3.85; North
Carolina 8.60 a 2.15.
CAIlllAOE. New, per barrel 75c a l.oo.
tomatoes. rer crate 40 a noo-
APPLES Yellow harvest l.oo a 1.50 per barrel.
l'EACHES. a.su a 4.0J per bushel.
ESTATE OK MAHV C. COHNOR,, DBCEASKD.
Tho undersigned auditor appointed by tho Or-
filuina' court of Columbia county to dutrlbuto
unds In tho hands ot tho executor lu tho estate ot
said deceased, will meet at his onleo In lllooms-
uurgonrouuruay Aug iroi, at lu o ciuck tu in.
when nnd whero all parties must appear and pre-
xi irum uny tmuro
L. E. WALLElt,
sent their claims or bo debarred from an.
of said fund. L. E. WALI
P RIDGE LETTING.
wm oo ut isaac neacocK's in ureenwooa lown-
to bo erected over Muddy
ship on Thursday tho 3ist day ot July iw, at 10
o'clock a new bridge to bo erected over Muddy
HuiinnarWm.il. Mather's In Greenwood to bo
"Mother Swan's Worm Svrun. for fever-
ishness, worms, constipation ; tasteless.
Stlnglnc. irritation, all Kldnev and Uri
nary complaints cured by "Bucliu palba."
Ml.,1,1 .,!. f.,,.- l,lll ,li-o
.11,1, .nVUIB, .I.VI., I.IM.IO, (. Hill,, IIJD-
pepsin, cured by "Wells' Health Renew-,
"My husband (writes a lady) Is three
times the man since using "WellsTHcnltli
a wooden brace covered bridge 50 feet long txv
tween abutments, ifl feet wide from out to out,
abutments to be buUt by contractor so ns to admit
oi sxew uacK inrec reel irom ion oi wau piaio and
9 feet high above low water inarlc to top of wall
f lato ; w Ing walls on south tldo 15 feet long, on
ho north sido to bo 7 feet long and two feet above
grautt oi roau.
Plans and spoelllcatlons can bo seen at tho onico
ot tho County Commissioners Hlnoinfcbiirg, l'a.
CliAHLES HK1CHAUT )
11. F. KIK1AH J-Com'rf.
Attest : John 11. casky, Clerk,
llloomsburg, l'a., July 15, 18SL
ORNAMENTAL IRON FENCES,
OF CAST CB WROUGHT IRON.
broken, worn out nnd
ells' Health Renewcr."
It you nro fulling,
nervous, uso "Wo!
Prevnlenco of IvidncvcoiiiDlalntln Amer
ica ; "Buchu.palba" Is a quick, complete
Juno Kl.ly cow
AlilC YOU MA11K
Miserable by Indigestion, constipation, diz
ziness, loss oi appetite, yellow sKln bin
loh's Vltallzcr Is it positive cure. Sold by
now MUOIl wiu. 1H IT.
How much ot Thomas' Eclectrlo Oil Is
required to euro ? Only a very llttlo. A
lew drops win euro nuy Kind ot an ncho ;
and but a trlllo more Is needed for sprains
aud lamenesses. Rheumatism Is uot so
readily ulTected ; au ounce and sometimes
two ounces era required. No medicine,
However, is so sure to euro with the samo
number oi applications.
A NASAL INJKOTOIt
Freo with each bottlo of Shlloh's Catarrh
Remedy, Prlco 50 cents. Sold by Moycr
CAKES of Lira.
As wo como to them they aro received,
borne with, and passed over with no mora
than a thought, if wo are in thu enjoyment
ot health, but it sulTorlng with Piles or
sVlu discaso ot any kind they magnify u
hundred fold. O. A. Klclm, thu Druggist,
has Dr, Bosauko's l'llo Remedy which Is an
absolute euro for any affection ot tho kind
and is sold for 50c cuts. July 13-eow
rm.A I.KnwI.n nt.A.na 1. A IH.I'Dt n.thU Ann a.
the several beautiful stylesof Pencil manufactured
of mu unaenugneu.
For rwauty and Durability they aro unsurpass
ed. Set up by experienced hands and warranted
to glvo satisfaction.
Prices ami spec'iuiuim of otlior de
signs sent to nuy address.
i. & IB
auiLOU'a tUTAituii ukukuy,
A positive euro for catarrh, diphtheria aud
cniiKcr mouth. Sold by Moycr Uros,
300 a month for agents NOW
1 I A I M l,i and l.oaAN."uouiplete.
JJI jV 1W I'j omci
the Republican's choice b.
lal. Illustrated Ufa ot
by Juduo lluel, usslstt d by
tho Editor ot tho Ktwitbev Journal und Maine's
rrlvato scorot av.rIyjjN,)1(j! 1 "j,
C I V EL A N D Prink Trlpleit.tiur books
me be) ond all eouiietulou lu Authorship, Ulustra.
Hons, raper aud Uludlii;r. Trospeclu freo to actu
al Canvassers. Special term's to thoso ordertni;
from a distance. Also ready tlio hit ol tlio ) ear,
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